Zelda breath of the wild templos
The lost fragments
Twin Peaks is the first area we have to access if we want to advance in the main story of the title, since this is where Kakariko is located. It is also an area that is full of different Shrines, which are impatiently waiting for you to discover all the treasures hidden inside. Without further ado, we leave you with the different shrines that you will find in this area and how to overcome them.
This Shrine is located on the highest peak of the Twin Peaks and is directly related to the Shibben Shrine. The objective here is to place each of the spheres in one of the various quadrants of this 5×5 map, more specifically in the holes where the spheres of the aforementioned Shrine are. To organize ourselves, we will give a value to each column, from 1 to 5, while the rows will go from the letter A to the letter E. That is to say, the upper left corner will be 1A and the lower right corner 5E. Well, the position of the balls is as follows:
I plan to make the most of the game and complete it as much as I can (shrines, quests, heroic trials…) But I’m worried about this, because I don’t know if I will be able to catch such a quantity of kologs.
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In order to master 100% of the game and for Link to become more powerful, we will need to overcome the Shrines, a series of tests scattered throughout Hyrule. There are 120 in total, some easy to find and others more difficult, and even hidden ones that we will have to reveal ourselves.
The Shrines are a kind of caves that we will find scattered throughout the kingdom of Hyrule. In these shrines our goal will be to reach the end and examine the altar to get a symbol of value, but we can also find chests with interesting treasures. These items can be exchanged throughout the game to increase our amount of life or stamina.
Once we have synchronized our tablet in the second Plateau Tower we will get a radar that helps us to locate each of the shrines. This radar will emit more or less noise depending on how close we are to a radar.
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In Zelda: Breath of the Wild we find sanctuaries. It is one of the most important elements in the game, as well as one of the great novelties in the game. Therefore, for users playing for the first time, it can be complex. Especially knowing where all of them are located is something that presents problems.
Below we tell you all about these shrines in Zelda: Breath of the Wild. So that you can know which ones there are, as well as the location of each of them, so that you will be able to move around them when you are playing this popular game. Since we need to know how to locate these sanctuaries.
One of the big doubts for many users is the amount of shrines that we find in the game. In Zelda: Breath of the Wild there are a total of 120 shrines. They are scattered throughout the game, so they are not all in a particular area, so we are going to find them throughout the games.
In these shrines we are going to find the symbols of value. These are objects with which we will be able to improve stamina or health. Therefore, they are something essential for Link to have enough strength to move forward, which means that we have to look for them and stop at them.
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Just when you think you’ve been through the worst in Breath of The Wild, the DLC Champion’s Ballad brings us the temple Rotah Chigah, one of the tests that most demand your dexterity in the game. In this temple, Link must go through a long obstacle course filled with pointy platforms ready to kill you at the slightest carelessness.
The difficulty alone was driving the little ball without letting it fall right in the opening of the exit (add at least 10 failed attempts in this part alone!) already convinces me that this was definitely the most agonizing test of dexterity I have experienced in my journey.